This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Doors Open Day 2019 - 20 top buildings and three guided tours We're gearing up for Doors Open Day, the event which lets local residents see inside top locations which are normally closed to the public - Sat 31 Aug - Sun 1 Sept.
Under 19's Sports Grants 2019-20 - 19 clubs share £134k Local sports clubs have received a total of £134,000 in the form of one-off grants from the council.
Top politicians meet Cabinet Secretary for shipyard talks Top politicians meet Cabinet Secretary for Ferguson Marine talks
‘Steady progress’ on Clune Park regeneration Inverclyde Council is making ‘steady progress’ towards its goal of regenerating the rundown Clune Park estate in Port Glasgow.
Voluntary organisations get grants worth £200,000 Bowling clubs, pipe bands and volunteers are among the community groups to benefit from £200,000 worth of one-off grants.
“One more drug death is one too many” Inverclyde’s health and social care convener calls on the community to come together to prevent avoidable drug deaths.
Local woman loses out in ransomware scam Trading Standards issue warning about phone scams after local woman loses cash.
Free fun, free lunch and loads to do at Family Fun Hubs A network of free Family Fun Hubs has been set up to encourage reading, play and family time during the school holidays.
Hundreds more families eligible for free school meals People who take home £915 or less can now claim free school meals and cash towards school clothes for their kids.
Six to beam down Work on widening the Chapelton Bridge has taken a major step forward with the delivery of six pre-stressed concrete beams which will form the new road deck.